Tyson Foerster stays fit in part by working for his grandparents at their sheep farm.
Foerster stacks 500 to 1,000 bales of hay for his grandparents on a daily basis and given that each bale weighs around 50 pounds, that a lot of hard labor. “It’s not the easiest job, but I think it’s worth it,” Foerster said. “I like helping my grandparents out and I’m also getting a bit of a workout.” It's not just stacking hay though. He also helps take care of the animals, cleans stalls, works the fields, and does various other tasks as well. The Philadelphia Flyers took him with the 23rd overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. He scored 36 goals and 80 points in 62 OHL contests last season. One of the main knocks against him has been his skating, but he's been working to address that over the long offseason and his work has paid dividends, according to Paul Matheson, who is his skating coach with OHL Barrie. Oct 23 10:29 am (EST)
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